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The idea for Social Fox Brewing, a microbrewery operating in historic downtown Norcross, began in the same place many other breweries have started — a garage.
After three years of planning, Willie Degel finally got to host an event at his new Uncle Jack’s Meat House location in Peachtree Corners this past week.
Gwinnett County has cleared the final step before closing on its plans to buy the majority of Gwinnett Place Mall for redevelopment.
The framework of the two-story entrance, which will be located next to the existing entrance, has risen out of the ground and is starting to resemble its eventual final look.
An 18-member task force that will look at ways the massive Rowen research community project can partner with public and private stakeholders, and get community feedback on the development, was announced this week.
ATLANTA – First-time unemployment claims fell again in Georgia last week, mirroring a decline in jobless claims nationwide as more and more businesses shut down by the coronavirus pandemic reopen. Georgians filed 25,447 initial unemployment claims last week, a decrease of 1,085 from the previous week, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday. As the […]
Publix joined a growing list of US grocers and retailers offering incentives to workers who get the COVID-19 vaccine.
The county has been working on a just about complete renovation of the old Sheltering Arms facility to turn it from a daycare center to the new Gwinnett Entrepreneur Center for months.
The Infinite Energy Center in Duluth is set to get a new moniker later this year after its namesake was bought by Gas South.
ATLANTA – First-time unemployment claims in Georgia rose slightly last week, even as claims nationwide declined, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday. Jobless Georgians filed 32,386 initial claims last week, up 5,171 from the week before. Since the coronavirus pandemic struck Georgia 11 months ago, the state has paid out more than $18 billion […]
The nonprofit Boehringer Ingelheim Cares Foundation (BI Cares) recently gave $50,000 to the Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation to provide underserved students the technology they need to stay connected while learning virtually, and to provide them nourishment essential for academic su…
ATLANTA – Legislation extending COVID-19 liability protection to Georgia businesses and hospitals until July 14 of next year cleared the state House of Representatives Tuesday. Lawmakers voted 99-68 along party lines to extend the sunset on a bill the General Assembly passed last June shielding businesses and health-care facilities in Georgia from lawsuits brought by […]
If you wander through the Ironshield Brewing taproom on Chestnut Street in Lawrenceville, you may get the feeling you’re in a beer hall in Munich, Germany. Photographs from Oktoberfests past decorated the walls. Opposite the expansive photos are some window panes that look down on what appea…
As a way of celebrating its 52nd birthday, which might seem a little sweeter given the community effort to keep the restaurant open, the Duluth Rexall Grill will give free desserts to anyone who buys a meal on Tuesday.
ATLANTA – First-time unemployment claims in Georgia continued to decline last week, as the state Department of Labor worked to implement system changes allowing benefits authorized by legislation Congress passed in December. Additional requirements in the bill must be integrated into labor department systems before eligible payments can be released. Among other things, the new requirements […]
Amazon is planning to open a new delivery station near Gwinnett Place Mall in unincorporated Duluth, one of four such stations set to open in metro Atlanta in 2021.
Randy Dellinger, Gwinnett District Manager of Jackson Electric Membership Corporation, has been appointed by Gov. Brian Kemp to the state of Georgia’s Department of Natural Resources Board of Directors.
The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners now has a funding mechanism in place to pay for its purchase of Gwinnett Place Mall.
There’s no open bar, no opportunity to see your old pals, and no chance for the top revenue producers to bask in the glow of their applauding (and envious) peers.
Gwinnett County commissioners will put on their other hats — as the county's Urban Redevelopment Agency board — and vote Tuesday on whether to issue bonds to buy Gwinnett Place Mall.
ATLANTA — First-time unemployment claims in Georgia fell by 7,896 last week to 28,016, reflecting a weekly decline at the national level, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.
ATLANTA – Georgia would observe daylight saving time all year long subject to congressional approval under legislation that cleared a committee in the state House of Representatives Thursday.
The Gwinnett Chamber has reached an agreement with the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce Southeast to collaborate on efforts to serve members of both organizations.
Nearly a half dozen officials from across Gwinnett County, including county and municipal government officials and the top local business leader, are consulting U.S. Rep. Carolyn Bourdeaux on transportation matters.
I started my career as a wide-eyed Proctor & Gamble sales rep. When it came time to attend my first sales meeting, I was equal parts nervous and excited. Our meeting kicked off with the head of customer experience for a big retail grocery chain, talking about how they were going to creat…
Lilburn recently issued a request for proposals from partners interested in developing a brewery in part of the Building Steel Supply building on Railroad Avenue in Old Town Lilburn
ATLANTA – Some Georgia employers are having a hard time filling job openings because generous unemployment benefits are encouraging them to stay home, state Commissioner of Labor Mark Butler said Thursday. Before $600 weekly unemployment checks authorized by Congress during the early stage of the coronavirus pandemic ran out last year, unemployed Georgians receiving maximum […]
The Gwinnett Daily Post has launched a new mobile application, providing another way to consume the quality content you have come to expect from the Post.
ATLANTA - The unusual nature of the current pandemic-driven recession has put Georgia in a stronger economic position than could have been expected otherwise, the state’s chief economist said Tuesday.
As the purpose movement goes mainstream, the pressure for organizations to deliver on their purpose is high. An effective organizational purpose acts as the strategic North Star for the organization.
Delta Community Credit Union has been named one of the best credit unions in the nation by personal finance website GoBankingRates.com.
Supporters of a longtime Duluth mainstay are rallying to try and save it after COVID-related restrictions have put its future in doubt.
ATLANTA – First-time unemployment claims in Georgia increased by 5,581 last week to 37,039, reflecting a national trend, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday. As a result, the state agency paid out more than $223 million to jobless Georgians last week, as benefit checks authorized by a second COVID-19 relief package Congress passed during […]
Duluth-based Brand Real Estate Services is undergoing a merger with another metro Atlanta real estate company.
Wild Leap is introducing Rollin’ Deeper, the reinvention of their original Cinnamon Roll Stout, Rollin’ Deep. Rollin’ Deeper (12.5% ABV) is a sweet and sticky stout made with rich vanilla, chocolate malts and cinnamon for a sweet and creamy flavor.
ATLANTA – The Georgia Department of Labor started paying out unemployment benefits last week through the new federal COVID-19 relief legislation even as a group of unemployed Georgians sued the agency to speed up checks. The labor department paid out state and federal unemployment benefits last week to almost 300,000 jobless Georgians, including nearly 167,000 […]
A new brewery is coming to Peachtree Corners this year, Partnership Gwinnett and the Georgia Department of Economic development announced this past week.
The new year brings a new Chicken Salad Chick restaurant to Gwinnett County. On Monday, the company announced its second location in Gwinnett will open Jan. 12 in Buford near the Mall of Georgia.
Luck has been on the side of the Harbins Community House lately as Gwinnett Habitat for Humanity's Neighborhood Revitalization program has been working with the center to bring it back to its former glory piece by piece.
It will now be Gwinnett County government's turn to try and revive the site after county commissioners agreed to buy the 36-year-old mall from Moonbeam, with the exception of four anchor spaces that Moonbeam didn't own, earlier this month.